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Randy Abbey Brilliantly Replies Richard Ahiagba For Saying That No Country Can Stop LGBTQ Right

Broadcast journalist and morning show host for Metro TV good morning Ghana show, Dr Randy Abby has brilliantly replies CEO of Danquah Institute, Richard Ahiagba after saying that the United Nations is the sponsor of LGBTQI+ and no country can stop it.

Randy Abbey after listening to Richard Ahiagba for saying that LGBTQ is a sponsored agenda from United Nations, he told Richard Ahiagba that he should stop what he is saying in angry mood.

Dr Randy Abbey state on good morning Ghana show today that Richard Ahiagba is just making some statement to support government on LGBTQ brouhaha because his explanations is just finding some excuses to support government.

He said that the United Nations may sponsor the LGBTQI+ but that does not mean that they have tie all governments arms into one box. Randy Abbey brilliantly told Richard Ahiagba that countries can vote against any decisions that UN may introduced about LGBTQ.

Randy Abbey explained that UN cannot tie all governments arms into one box on LGBTQI+ as Richard Ahiagba is trying to tell the general public for nations like Arabs are not ready to do that and fumes at him.

"I disagree with you on what you're saying. The United Nations may sponsor the LGBTQI+ but you're trying to find some excuses to support government on LGBTQ issue in the country. Countries can vote against UN decisions and that cannot made those countries leave UN because its majority that carry the day if they vote on such issues. Do you think the UN secretary general will go and say what he said in US some years ago about Gay rights in Asia? The Arabians won't accept that so stop what you're saying" Randy Abby Boldly tells Richard Ahiagba on the show which shocks the general public today.

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